Affiliate Events

Job Talk:

Curating the Past, Weaving the Future: Decolonial Feminist Politics of Time and Memory

Monday, February 20, 2023
4:00pm – 5:30pm
3401 Sterling Hall

Lecture:The PhD and Curatorial Work: Curating between Artists and Institutions, and Developing Long Arcs of Inquiry”

Thursday, February 9, 20235:00–6:00 PM CST (online and in-person)Conrad A. Elvehjem BuildingRoom L140Zoom:


This Department of Art History event is made possible by additional support from a competitive grant from the Graduate School Office of Professional Development as well as co-sponsorship by the Center for Visual Cultures.

Basquiat to Present Day: The Importance of African American Visual Culture

Lecture by Professor Anthony Black

October 26 @ 6:00PM

Elvehjem L140 

Sponsored by the Department of African American Studies

Untitled (Melancholy as Medium)

A film preview and audience discussion with Professor Jill Casid

October 26th @6:00 PM

1310 Sterling Hall

Sponsored by the Center for Research on Gender and Women.

Dress Rehearsal For a Dream Sequence

A talk by Professor Anna Campbell

September 28th @ 6:00 PM

4001 Felland Road Suite 123

Join Professor Anna Campbell for an informal talk on her recent exhibit, Dress Rehearsal for a Dream Sequence, on view this past spring in New York’s Participant, Inc. gallery. Campbell will discuss research from a studio art perspective, and the queer archival methods critical to this body of work. Selections from the exhibit will be on view, as well as elements of new works currently in progress. This event is hosted by The Center for Research on Gender & Women.

PSI #27: Hunger 2022

From 6-9 July, Performance Studies international will host its 27th annual conference on the theme of Hunger.

The following events will be streamed live and free to the public at this Facebook page:

All times listed below are for Manila, Philippines.  Conversions for your region can be done easily at:

Thursday, 7 July, 20:15 to 21:30

Hunger Kills: Memory and Justice After Famines

Camilla Orjuela, Swati Parahsar, Adrian Kear

Thursday, 7 July, 22:00 to 23:30

Hunger and the Response-ability of Performance

Adrian Kear, Sruti Bala, Patrick Anderson, Marian Roces

Friday, 8 July, 6:00 to 7:30

Global Action to End Hunger: Prospects for 2030

Laurie Beth Clark, Michelle Miller, Matilda Baraibar, Br. Armin Luistro FSC, Mpumelelo Ncwadi, Gaston Ares

Friday, 8 July, 8:00 to 9:30

Foodways Philippines

Jazmin Llana, Laurie Beth Clark, Michael Peterson, Fritzie Ian De Vera, Neil Penullar, Reigner Sanchez, Jian Tan, Leo Tadena, Norby Salonga

Friday, 8 July, 16:00 to 17:30

Water, War, Drought: North and East Syria

Nilufer Gros, Engin Sustam, Xezne Ibrahim, Hevi Musa, Sermin Guven, Celil Kaya

Friday, 8 July, 20:00 to 21:30

Points of Contact: Hunger, Food, and Performance

Richard Gough, Laurie Beth Clark, Michael Peterson

Information about the full conference (with many more events) can be found at: